Mayor and Trustees

The Village Board of Trustees
Trustee Adam Bonosky, Trustee Tracy Briggs, Trustee Heidi Woika (not pictured)
Deputy Mayor Emily Mischler, Mayor Julie Domaratz

Mayor Julie Domaratz
Term: January 1, 2023 - December 31, 2026

Mayor Domaratz was elected Mayor the Village of Fairport in 2018.  A Fairport High School graduate, Julie grew up in the Village and moved back to her family home with her husband Pat, two dogs and cat in 2015. Julie worked in the private sector for Xerox for a number of years and in addition to serving as Mayor, is a yoga instructor. 
Bonosky_Adam_1128     Trustee
Adam Bonosky
Term: Jan. 1, 2023 - Dec. 31, 2026
As a licensed architect and certified planner, Adam strives to work to make Fairport more accessible and ensure long-term resiliency for the Village.
Briggs_Tracy_1367     Trustee Tracy Briggs 
Term: Jan. 1, 2023 - Dec. 31, 2026
Tracy Briggs has been a resident of Fairport for the majority of her life. She and her husband, also a FHS graduate, choose to raise their family in Fairport. She has 35 years experience in public education and was recently elected to serve the Fairport community for the next 4 years as a Village Trustee. Tracy is committed to working collaboratively with village residents as we collectively plan for our future.
Mischler_Emily_1144     Trustee Emily Mischler 
Term: Jan. 1, 2020 - Dec. 31, 2023
Emily Mischler was elected as Village Trustee in 2019. Emily has lived in Fairport for over 30 years and currently works as a 1st grade teacher in the Midlakes School District. Emily and her son Chase enjoy the quality of life they have been living in the Village of Fairport. As a Village Trustee, Emily strives to keep Fairport a special place to live for everyone.      
trustee hwoika 2024     Trustee Heidi Woika 
Term: Jan. 1, 2024 - Dec. 31, 2027      

Village Board Meetings:
Location: Village Board Room, second floor of Village Hall
Meetings are also available via Facebook Live and YouTube.

Village Board Meetings - held the second Monday of the month at 6:00PM
Village Board Meetings are open for public attendance  (this may be limited due to COVID restrictions) and are for the Village Board to complete work such as:

 - regular business of the Board
 - appointments
 - making adjustments to the budget
 - auditing of the bills
 - approving code and conducting public hearings

The Citizen Forum is an opportunity for the public to share comment from the community with the board in a limited amount of time. Those interested in speaking should sign-up upon arrival to the board room. Please keep comments to 5 minutes or less. If more time is needed or there are questions, an alternative meeting may be scheduled with either the Village Manager and or an appropriate resource. Speakers will be required to state their name and address before speaking.

Public Hearings are the opportunity for citizens to comment on the particular law or resolution for which the hearing is scheduled. Upon closing the public hearing, the board will determine the action taken on the law or resolution.

Work Session Meetings: - the fourth Monday of the month at 6:00PM
Village Board workshop meetings are regularly scheduled meetings at which the Board:

 - by appointment, discusses specific issues with residents or other parties
 - participates in preparatory work in advance of a Public Hearing, or the Monthly Meeting.
 - reads correspondence and announcements
 - discusses issues of concern and projects being undertaken by the Board.

Workshop meetings are open to the public, but participation in the meeting is limited to the Board and those with business before the Board. A majority of the Board may allow comment or questions from the public on specific items if appropriate.

All Village Meetings will require respectful behavior from the members of the Board as well as members of the public in attendance.


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